Konkona delivers a memorable performance as Meenakshi Iyer, a Tamil Brahmin woman who finds herself stranded on a bus during communal riots. Konkona Potray's the Character with vulnerability and strength.
In Vishal Bhardwaj's adaptation of Shakespeare's "Othello," Konkona delivers a compelling performance as Indu Tyagi. Her portrayal of a woman caught in a web of manipulation and betrayal earned her critical acclaim and showcased her versatility in portraying complex characters.
Konkona's portrayal of Shruti Ghosh, a lonely and introverted call center employee, is poignant and understated. Her performance captures the character's internal struggles and longing for companionship with sensitivity and depth.
Konkona delivers a memorable performance as Aisha Banerjee, a confident and independent woman who becomes a mentor to the aimless protagonist Sid. Her portrayal adds depth and maturity to the coming-of-age story.
Konkona plays Sona Mishra, a struggling actress navigating the cutthroat world of Bollywood. Her performance captures the resilience and vulnerability of Sona as she grapples with rejection, exploitation, and the compromises demanded by the film industry.
Konkona delivers a powerful performance as Nutan Tandon, a CBI officer investigating a double murder case. Her portrayal of a determined and methodical investigator adds depth to the film's exploration of the complexities of the Indian criminal justice system.
Konkona shines in her role as Madhavi Sharma, a journalist navigating the glamorous yet morally corrupt world of celebrity journalism in Madhur Bhandarkar's "Page 3." Her nuanced performance captures the character's idealism, disillusionment, and eventual moral awakening